Neighborhood Highlight: Belltown & Downtown Seattle
Issaquah is beautiful. If you’ve never walked down Front Street and soaked in the nostalgic surroundings of Olde Town, then … Continue Reading Shopping in Downtown Issaquah: Walking Around Olde Town
Looking for a fabulously local park with tons of recreational variety? Enjoy this fabulous article outlining the basic information (plus links for details!) of our 7 favorite parks!
A magical place locked away in the Puget Sound, Blake Island comes alive for anyone who visits. Will you join the fun escapades?
Nestled on Ballard’s Puget Sound shores, Golden Gardens Park is a mecca of summer fun. There’s always something fun going on – whether it’s sand volleyball, fishing from the pier, a boat launching into chilly Pacific Northwest waters, or a bonfire glowing in the night.
The Genesee Park and Playfields stretches from the Stan Sayres Memorial Park along Lake Washington Boulevard and South Snoqualmie/Alaska Street to the south. South Genesee Street splits the park near the center.
Washington is plentiful of natural treasures, Cougar Mountain being only one of them.
City Highlight: Sammamish
Everyone needs to feel spoiled sometimes! These 4 Belltown salons & spas are great for just that!
Sun, fun, and family activity? The Lake Sammamish State Park, along our beloved Lake Sammamish, has it all!
The city of Renton offers a plethora of serene treasures. Their ideal location, along Lake Washington and backed to the east by Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park and Squak Mountain State Park Natural Area, allows the city limitless hiking, boating, sailing, fishing, and grassy spaces for outdoorsy activities.
It’s Summer – well, almost – and what better way to enjoy the weather than to see explore animals from … Continue Reading 5 Washington Zoos & Aquariums to Visit This Summer
Built as an accumulation of communities, each neighborhood in Seattle offers its own brand of home. Here at LiveOnGuides.com, we’ve built out each area of neighborhood to help you decide where might best suit your personal preferences.
Carkeek Park is the perfect city park for hikers. It’s a short commute from downtown Seattle – only about 9-miles – and offers 220 acres of lush forest, meadows, wetlands, creeks, and beaches.
Neighborhood Highlight: Ballard, Green Lake & Fremont
Like many places, the Redmond community is unique and comprised of many different aesthetics. If you’re “downtown”, you can walk to just about anywhere. Easy streets and well-maintained pedestrian accommodations make Redmond perfect for an evening stroll.